13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl - Chapter Ten: The von Furstenberg and I Summary & Analysis

Mona Awad
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Elizabeth tries on the von Furstenberg again, hoping against all hope that this time it will fit. She’s tried before, and failed, the clerk radiating sympathy as she returned it. Suddenly the zipper goes higher and then to her surprise, all the way to the top. She turns, looking at it, and is horrified to see a tear on the seam. Her hands are sweating and she struggles to get the zipper down, but it’s stuck fast. The saleswoman returns again, offering assistance, and when she returns yet again, she offers to look for another size for Elizabeth. She would have placed the order for Elizabeth, had she had $500 to secure it. Of course, not knowing if it would fit, Elizabeth didn’t dare. Elizabeth sits there, considering how to handle the situation she is in...

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